The question that motivates my work is: How do we experience the world?
My interests are generally centrered around the study of the mechanisms that support meaningful interaction with the environment through sensorimotor coordination, in vision and touch. To describe these mechamisms, I employ methods from psychophysics, electrophysiology and neuroimaging, as well as mathematical modelling.
"Method development for coupled EEG-fMRI" £240K. Funded by the EPSRC DTG 2014/2015. (Two PhD positions available: Apply now!). Funded period: 2014-2018.
"Mesoscopic modelling of retinal neural networks" £90K, Funded by the Univ. Reading. Funded period: 2013-2017.
"Brain-Computer Interface for Monitoring and Inducing Affective States"; £615K, Funded by the EPSRC EP/J003077/1. Partners: Prof. Eduardo Miranda (Co-PI), Dr. Slawomir Nasuto (Co-PI). Funded period: 2011-2016.
NeuroVault: a new home for all brain statistical maps! http://t.co/qCHYm4smYA
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Scientists threaten to boycott €1.2bn Human Brain Project | The Guardian http://t.co/OgXIzenGwL
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@j2bryson Jep, very likely! It is relatively student-proof, and robotics is an area of investment down here these days.
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